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      by Published on 07-30-2015 12:58 PM     Number of Views: 69 

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      As you may know, beginning today through Sept. 15 on Dolphins.com, fans have an opportunity to help select an all-time team of the 50 best players in Dolphins history. Fans, along with alumni, South Florida media who regularly cover the team and a blue-ribbon panel, will each contribute input in the team’s final composition. Those four groups will vote from a list of 100 players throughout the team’s history compiled by the Dolphins organization. The 100 were selected based on a number of factors, with heavy emphasis on excellence (how well they played), longevity (how long they contributed to the team at a high level) and teamwork (how well they made the players around them better).

      The Top 50 players can be selected from any position group, and there is no limit to the number of players who can be picked from any one position. The 50 players with the highest vote totals will all make the team collectively and will not be ranked in any particular order. The team will be announced in blocks of five players throughout the course of the season, and will be honored collectively on Dec. 14.

      Here is the link to vote: http://www.dolphinssincemoment.com/
      by Published on 07-29-2015 01:27 PM     Number of Views: 54 

      The Miami Dolphins may have fresh uniforms after undergoing a logo upgrade in 2013, but that doesn’t mean they won’t take a stroll down memory lane this season.
      The team tweeted out a video showing uniforms from 1966 on current players with the date “12.14.2014” towards the end of the clip, which is the date the Dolphins host the Giants in Week 14 on Monday Night Football.


      by Published on 07-24-2015 02:26 PM     Number of Views: 63 




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      Miami Dolphins President & CEO Tom Garfinkel today announced that the Dolphins Cycling Challenge has changed its name to the Dolphins Cancer Challenge (DCC). The updated name reflects the goals and additional events created to fight cancer, starting with two Fall Family Fests in November and culminating with DCC VI, a tri-county bike ride and run/walk event, scheduled for February 20, 2016. One hundred percent of the funds raised by participants go to fighting the disease. In the first five years of the DCC, $11.55 million has been donated to critical cancer research at the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami.

      “The Miami Dolphins are committed to fighting cancer,” said Garfinkel, the current Chairman of the Dolphins Cancer Challenge. “By changing our name to the Dolphins Cancer Challenge and adding new elements to the event, we are hoping to expand our reach by asking everyone in our community to be a cancer fighter and help us raise funds that go directly to fighting the disease.”

      In February 2016, fundraising participants now will be able to fight cancer by participating in a 5K walk/run or by choosing from six different cycling rides ending at the stadium; capped off by a fun event and concert. Participants will enjoy VIP access to the concert and general access will be open to the public with proceeds from ticket sales also going to fight cancer. High-profile performers will be announced in the coming weeks when tickets go on sale.

      Prior to DCC VI, the Dolphins Cancer Challenge will host two Fall Family Fests this November, with the objective of growing fundraising participants for DCC VI. The first is scheduled for November 8 in Fort Lauderdale, at Holiday Park, with the second November 15 at the University of Miami Coral Gables campus. Children ages 3-16 will be able to participate in a kids ride in a car-free, safe location with their families – from short loops up to 8-10 miles. Each event will have activities for the entire family, including a kids zone with bounce houses, face painting, Dolphins Youth Programs activities and other entertainment.

      More information on all of the activities associated with the DCC, along with fundraising requirements for each event and information on the concert, can be found at the newly redesigned DolphinsCancerChallenge.com.
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